In memory of our friend and colleague, Joe Lomax Jr, we have made it our goal to raise $25,000+ for Mended Little Hearts of the Triangle.
The second annual Joe Lomax Classic (formerly Michael & Son Community Classic) will take place on Monday, May 7th, 2018 at Devils Ridge Golf Club in Holly Springs NC. Registration and breakfast will begin at 7:30 AM and the tournament will tee off at 9:00 AM with a shotgun start.
Schedule of Events
7:30am – 9:00am
Registration and Networking Breakfast
Award Ceremony and Closing Luncheon
Your tax deductible sponsorship is not only a great way to support a worthy cause, but it is also an opportunity to gain exposure to and network with industry peers and to enjoy a fun day with the community. Below is a list of available sponsorship opportunities. Levels range from individual golfers to Platinum and include benefits such as media recognition, event signage, four-person green fees and more. Additional information such as benefits can be found in the Sponsorship Packet PDF download below.
Individual Golfer – $175*
Foursome – $600*
*Early Bird Pricing Valid Until 3/23
Joe Lomax Jr was a member of the Michael & Son Family. On September 27, 2016, Joe unexpectedly passed due to cardiac arrest while on a job site. Customers who met Joe described him as friendly, comforting and reassuring. Not only was he one of the most respected plumbers in Raleigh but he was also a dedicated family man, survived by his loving wife, five children and thirteen grandchildren.
To honor Joe, we have changed the name of our annual golf tournament to the Joe Lomax Classic. This year we have partnered with Mended Hearts of The Triangle (Chapter 394) and hope to raise $25,000 for their efforts in supporting heart patients and their families and promoting heart health awareness. Please join us in supporting a great cause and in honoring a colleague who is dearly missed.
Mended Little Hearts
For many parents, hearing the heartbeat of their unborn child becomes their first, loving bond to that child. It’s no wonder, then, that discovering that their child has a heart defect, whether diagnosed in the womb, shortly after birth or during childhood, can be devastating.
Mended Little Hearts, a support program for parents of children with heart defects and heart disease, is dedicated to inspiring hope in those who care for the littlest heart patients of all. Mended Little Hearts offers resources and a caring support network as families find answers and move forward to find healing and hope.
For families with children who live with heart defects and disease, Mended Little Hearts is a support network providing education, advocacy, awareness, and outreach.
General Tournament Questions Sponsorship Opportunities
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